Frisian Course 2 by Pyt Kramer Back to: English.htm
 
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Les twa (2).      

Klik op 'e ldsprekker en harkje nei de tekst.

What are they talking about? About .
Type one English word in the box

About how many objects?
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Listen again.

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Please compare !  

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Now listen and try to say after Jan.

You ARE Jan: Listen and answer!
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Listen and try to say after Pyt.

Now you ARE Pyt: Speak after the beep and listen!
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Don't look further before finishing this exercise!

The right pronunciation of your first words is a must for to be answered in Frisian!














  Les twa Subject: Old, new, and young. or click .
   
   
   
PYT: De fyts is ld.The bicycle is old.

JAN: It hs is nij.The house is new.

P. De weinen binne ek nij.The waggons are new too.

J. Mar de ko is jong.But the cow is young.



Listen and read with the text.

Learn the
New words.
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Listen and say after Jan.

You are JAN: Listen and answer!
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Listen and say after Pyt.

Now you are PYT: Speak after the beep!
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Consult the Grammar.

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Exercise (please note punctuation)  

The bicycles are new.

Translate the sentence into Frisian and type the translation in the box

The cow is also young.

Translate into Frisian

Please listen to the text
and write in Frisian


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Put the right word in place.
Copy and paste:
(Remove superfluous spaces).

ld - binne - ek - is

It hs ld.

De fyts is ld.

De kij jong.

De wein is .







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Write and speak




1. Listen to the text and try to write on paper in Frisian.

2. Compare with the original text.

3. Speak from your text and compare with the spoken text.









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